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Jan 16, 2013 2:30pm PST
, the small town in eastern germany that has declared war on the far right npd, as they try to gain a foothold there. >> that and more after the break. >> stay with us. >> thanks for staying with us. >> welcome back. we begin with the story of a small town in eastern germany that has seen the far right npd party convince many residents to give it its support. some have organized to resist that. >> and they have been recognized by germany's jewish community. the group emerged to resist the influence of the neo-nazi npd. the npd set up major headquarters in the town several years ago. >> the party quickly turned into a powerful force. here is a story of how locals who objected organized. >> pretty houses and clean streets. it looks idyllic, but appearances can deceive. there's no industry, and there are few jobs. many young people have moved away. yet, one group is moving in in increasing numbers -- right wing extremists from western germany. leaders of the far right npd party have chosen this is their new home. they have opened an office. at the last election, one in six voters cast ballots for
Jan 3, 2013 4:30am EST
, the posted speed limit dropped to 40 miles per hour because of construction. >> i'm outraged because npd, even though i reported to detention, did not do anything. >> robinson took this case to the dmv which agreed that there were discrepancies with the ticket and it should be tossed out. if that is the case, it could be the same with thousands of other tickets, costing the district nearly $2 million. >>> 4:54 the time now. touching a nerve. coming up at 5:15, the invitation to relatives of the aurora theater shooting victims that has people upset this morning. >>> first, the actions a local community is taking to get these buzzards to buzz off. >>> plus, proof that many of us can't make it through the day without internet access. >>> welcome back. 4:57. look at these vultures in leesburg, virginia. nearly 200 have set up in the northeast part of the town. police say they can cause a mess. they also say the waste the birds sleeve a health risk. starting next week, wildlife experts will try to move the vultures away by setting off fireworks using lasers and noisemakers. daily operations w
Jan 3, 2013 4:30am PST
npd estimates 425 million devices versus 311 million americans. we're talking smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles, just to name a few. >> raise your hand if you have more than one cell phone. it's an epidemic. >>> starbucks going greener today. the coffee chain offering you a reusable cup to go with your coffee order. the plastic cup will cost $1. the idea is to bring it back for refills and in return they give you a ten cent credit each time. the company has been testing it and says they are seeing good results so far but critics say people just can't remember to bring them in and they're worried about cross contamination. starbucks says they'll clean the cups before refilling. the company hopes it will cut down on waste and help the environment. >> interesting to see if it delays at all. >> scrubbing traffic and making coffee. >> starbucks always busy around this time of morning. >> very popular in our news room. starbucks or any brand that's caffeinated. to the bay bridge a smooth drive across the bay. folks wide awake without a problem across the incline. tonight unlike last
Jan 3, 2013 11:00am PST
market research group npd estimates 425 million advices versus 311 million americans. that's a gap that continues to growing. we're talking smartphones here, tablets and gaming consoles, just to name a few. >> blame it on apple? >> big-time. >>> when we come back, starbucks is going green. we'll explain. >>> as we all know in a lot of bay area cities, you have to remember to bring your own bags to the grocery store. they want you to keep it green. add starbucks to that list. starting today, they're offering you a reusable cup to go with your coffee order. >> the plastic cup costs 1. the idea is to bring the up back for refills and they'll give you ten cents off of your drink. critics say people won't remember to bring them in and are worried about cross contamination. starbucks says they'll clean the cups before refilling. the company hopes reusable cups will reduce waste and help the environment. >> i get the idea. but they have to clean them every time. >> yeah, that's what i was thinking. that's going to take time. time is money. i want my coffee and i want it know. >> she doesn
Jan 27, 2013 11:00am EST
and abbottabad that was the notion of npd. that bin laden and to lesser extent the solitary were immune from justice and they could hide out beyond the arm of contemporary international law. and fifth al qaeda would serve, this also import from the notion of talibanistan, serve as a base certain for the conquest of afghanistan, and included in that is their notion of western pakistan and the name of global jihad. this is important because of the mythical origins about where al qaeda come from and how it it it builds up in afghanistan itself. i argue in the peace that these five essential elements of bin laden's al qaeda go through them were completely devastated by the rate and abbottabad and the passage of time has eroded by about 50% of the two. the notion of al qaeda as bringing that was free from retribution or have impunity from being attacked and captured, that was exploded literally in the manner in which and the finale of which that bin laden met his end. to most of us who followed jihadi websites, we saw in the traffic short after bin laden's death, sort of a period of two to three
FOX Business
Jan 11, 2013 3:00pm EST
% in december from a year ago. capping a year of declining sales for the. according to npd group, one of the biggest reasons for the drop was a lack of new products, and despite the release of the new video game county cul wii-u. pc title titles tumbled 26% year year, and now we continue "countdown to the closing bell" liz: seemed. liz: to d.c. this money pouring into research in motion right around the middle of the day? the stock took off. let's find out with lauren. lauren? lauren on the floor of the new york stock exchange. >> take of it did. 12 percent as we speak. no immediate news on wind, but investors are cheering for the blackberry ten. the event where it will be unveiled is january 30th. um make a break fallen for research in motion. stock startling. we saw some momentum in the fall with everyone anticipating the new phone, and in december when changing the fee structure, the stock sold off. ticking up today. there's a rumor that after this also a rumor that after this semester, the be taking a position for all of this. sydney stock a buy more than 4 percent. liz: i'll take
Jan 3, 2013 6:00am PST
research group npd estimates 425 million devices versus 311 million americans. the gap really continues to grow. we're talking smartphones, tablets, and gaming consoles to name a few. >>> if you get up early with us on a regular basis, this might affect you. starbucks going greener. the coffee chain offering a reusable cup. the idea here is for you to bring that cup back for refills in return they'll give you ten cents off your drink. starbucks says baristas will clean those cups before refilling them. >> interesting concept. >> we'll see if it works. thanks for joining us this morning. we're back with
Jan 3, 2013 5:00am EST
internet-connected devices than people in this country. according to the research firm npd group, there are 425 million internet-connected gadgets in u.s. homes. that's compared to only 311.5 million people. the connected home report says the trend is fueled by devices like gaming consoles like this kid has, also blu-ray players which add internet connectivity directly to your television. >> we'll be worried once they start taking over. >> we will. >>> now that the holidays are over, we're learning about unique proposals that happened over the past few weeks including a huge redskin fan who even worked the burgundy and gold into his game plan. [ applause ] [ cheers ] >> oh, my god! >> i love the reaction. travis functionhowser proposed to his girlfriend on new year's eve with a redskins jerseyy that said "marry me" on the back. the surprise proposal came during a gift exchange with a dozen friends, she said yes. awesome. congratulations. >> that reaction is priceless, too. >> starting off their lives in the right way, a redskins jersey. >> a winner. absolutely. >> there you go. >
Jan 3, 2013 6:00am EST
to 40 miles per hour because of construction. >> i'm outraged because npd didn't do anything. >> he took the case to the dmv. they agreed there were discrepancies and the ticket should be tossed out. if that's the case, it could be the same for thousands of other tickets, costing the district almost $2 million. >>> rg3 and the rest of the skins will control what flag flies over the wilson building next monday. d.c. mayor vincent gray made a bet with soleil's mayor ahead of the redskins/seahawks game. the city with the winning team will get to fly its flag over city hall in the losing team's hometown. >>> i'm going to bet you've never seen a wedding proposal like the one we're about to show you. a hublg redskins fan worked -- huge redskins fan worked the burgundy and gold into his wedding game plan. [ screams ] >> oh, my god! >> travis funkhouser proposed to his girlfriend laura on new year's eve with a redskins jersey that said "marry me" on the back. that surprise proposal came during a gift exchange with a dozen friends. right after she said, "go skins," she said yes. >> of course. tha
Jan 12, 2013 5:00am PST
watchers. >> reporter: and january officially marks the peak of dieting season. but a new study by the npd group, a consumer research firm that studies trends, indicates the dieting season is not what it used to be. and more americans are ditching their diets. close to 20% of adults reported being on a diet last year, down from 31% in 1991. >> go. >> reporter: women are leading the way in the decline. 23% said they were on a diet in 2012 compared to 34% 20 years ago. analysts say the trend is part of a more relaxed attitude toward weight overall as the number of overweight americans grows, so does acceptance in what's described as one of the biggest changes in health attitudes of the last 30 years. the same study found 23% say thin people are more attractive than their overweight counterparts. that's down drastically from the 55% who said so in 1995. >> you can look great at any size. >> reporter: >> being beautiful comes from within. >> reporter: experts say it's reflected on tv where stars like christina hendricks, j. lo, and kim kardashian are revered for their curvy figures. >> we love
Jan 4, 2013 7:00am PST
from the npd group. right now, 425 million internet connected devices are in u.s. homes. desktop and laptop computers continued to dominate the space, although mobile devices are catching up. according to the survey, by 2016, more than two budget of 5 million americans won't a smart phone and 113 million will have a tablet. >> one in 24 u.s. adults say that they have recently fallen asleep while they were driving. this is according to a new survey by the cdc. health officials think that number is probably higher because some people do not realize when they not all for a second or 2 while they're driving. the survey found drowsy driving is more common among men, and people between the ages of 25 and 34. sizes say that driving after you have been awake for more than 18 hours is like driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.08. >> coming up on kron 4 news we also have a reminder to catch dr. phil right after the news at 10:00 a.m.. ♪ we were skipping stones and letting go ♪ ♪ over the river and down the road ♪ [ female announcer ] at nature valley, we know nature comes toge
FOX News
Jan 19, 2013 3:00am PST
popcorn day, happy npd. all morning we've been popping on the plaza and robin and renee are the husband and wife team are the co-founders of doc popcorn. happy popcorn day and what does it mean? >> we're excited to be here, an awesome, awesome time. it's fun and family and play and sharing and what popcorn is about. one of those days i look forward to all year long. >> did you imagine? >> popcorn is an american innovation, is it not? >> it is, it is. we were thinking american indian, mexican indian as well so it's been around for pretty much ever. >> tucker: so this is an indigenous snack not like the hot dog from europe, we made here. >> american grown. >> americans consume 17 billion quarts of popcorn each year. >> tucker: no way. >> yeah, way. >> 1.6 billion dollar industry and frankly we don't think it's done well. and movie theater popcorn, a bad rap and heavily coated popcorn and doc popcorn, indulgent and why we're the largest. >> tucker: this is not your grandfather's popcorn. >> that's right. >> tucker: how esoteric, far out does it get. >> crazy flavors like sinfully cinnamon
Jan 14, 2013 6:00am PST
will surpass those of notebooks for the first time. analysts at npd display search say manufacturers shipped 147 million tablets last year and around 218 million notebooks. they estimate this year shipments of tablets will increase to 242 million. those of notebooks will drop to around 207 million. the researchers say consumers want more mobility and touch screen controls. they project by the year 2017 manufacturers will ship three times as many tablets as notebooks. >>> japanese can do things at age 20 that they couldn't do at 19. they can vote and drink alcohol legally. people across the country are celebrating the turning point on coming of age day. about 10,000 people filed into an arena in yokohama near tokyo in snowy weather. they dressed in traditional kimonos and business suits. about 1.2 million people received invitations to ceremonies this year. that's about the same number as last year, which was a record low. >>> and now here's the weather forecast. >>> and before we leave you, if >>> finally. hindu pilgrims are braving bitterly cold waltter and washi away their sins. celebratio
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